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Medicine: Ebola Virus / Dallas, Cruise Ship #1073448

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 19, 2014
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The formation of a military rapid response medical team for dealing with the Ebola virus noted.

(Dallas: Janet Shamlian) The new CDC protocol for treating Ebola patients, the Carnival cruise ship Ebola scare with a lab woman on board reviewed; details given about the apology from the Dallas hospital & the end of the monitoring period for those in contact with the late Thomas Duncan with Louise Troh quoted. [Dallas Mayor Mike RAWLINGS@- agrees there were mistakes.] [Dallas County Judge Clay JENKINS@- comments on Jordan's family.] The status of the three other Ebola patients updated. [National Insts. of health Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- says Nina Pham is doing well.] [Pham church MEMBER - comments.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Kristen Welker) The announcement by President Obama of a military response team & the issue of a travel ban from west Africa examined. [Senator Ted CRUZ@, FAUCI; October 10, Representative Blake FARENTHOLD@; on "Meet the Press," Senator Roy BLUNT - offer differing opinions on a flight ban & the government role.] [On the campaign trail in Maryland, OBAMA - speaks out.] ["The Rothenburg Political Report" Stuart ROTHENBERG@- comments on the bad political environment for Democrats.]

Reporter(s):
Holt, Lester;
Shamlian, Janet
Duration:
00:06:00

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